Whether you have lived at Lake Waubeeka for 50 years or 5 days, the Board of Directors hopes you share our passion for keeping the lake free of invasive species . You’ve probably noticed the signs at the gates and the beaches warning against transporting Zebra Mussels. There are many other invasive aquatic species that … read more
If you missed Kickfest at the Community House on June 20th, you missed a great evening. Music by Nikki & the Kicks, featuring Waubeekans Ed “Farm Dog” Farmer (bass) & Jeff “Satch” Sacks (guitar), fronted by the amazing vocal talents of Nichola “Nikki” O’Donnell, with the fabulous Carlos Pena on drums. Special appearance by Jenna … read more
Hello Neighbors, As we get into Summer and are working on making our yards and lawns beautiful, we have become accustomed to leaving our grass clippings, tree branches, weeds, trimmings, etc on the side of the road for the crew to pick up on Monday mornings. In an effort to make the Monday cleanup as … read more
The Budget Meeting was held on May 24, 2015 in the Community House. With a significant number of proxy votes, the budget passed 144 to 2. Thanks to everyone who returned their proxies and the volunteers who scoured the mountain collecting them from residents who couldn’t attend the meeting. The schedule for quarterly payments is … read more
NO PHOSPHATES Most of us want to beautify our lawns while also killing crab grass. In order to do this, we usually use fertilizer. In the past, most lawn fertilizers contained phosphates. Today, we realize that phosphates leach into lakes and streams cause algae to grow. Some of these phosphates occur naturally in soil. These … read more
Noticed something new at the dam? In an effort to keep the geese (and their droppings) off this beautiful area, volunteers have been setting up netting close to the water. Geese love wide open areas and grass to nibble on. As a result, the dam area has become one of their favorite places. Last summer … read more
As a homeowner it is the responsibility of each of us to ensure that we are sensitive to the waste of water. This finite resource needs to be protected and shared by all things living on this planet. There is a real cost to LWA and other water providers for the production and distribution of … read more
Warm weather has finally arrived which means that work on replacing the water lines will begin. The LWA maintenance staff plans on working on Carol Street, #111 to #144. This will most likely happen on 4/14/15 continuing until 4/17/15, weather permitting. Expect a break in water supply during this week between 8:00am and 3:30pm.
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